Catlateral Damage is a first-person destructive cat simulator where you play as a cat on a rampage, knocking as much stuff onto the ground as possible. See the world through the eyes of a cat! Like other first-person games, you can walk and look around, jump, and crouch. Unlike other first-person games, your primary weapons are your two cat paws, which you can use to swipe at and knock objects onto the floor.
Epilepsy warning: Some in-game effects may be problematic for some players. These can be disabled in the “Options” menu on the title screen or in-game.
Wow, can you believe Catlateral Damage launched a year ago? Since then, the game has received several new content updates and tweaks, a PS4 version, and now a VR version for the HTC Vive! To celebrate, the game will be 50% off from now until the end of the month.
The VR version is free DLC to anyone who owns the base game. If you have a Vive, just download the DLC and you’ll be able to choose between the regular version or the VR version when you launch the game. If you don’t have a Vive, the DLC won’t take up any extra space on your computer or interfere with your enjoyment of the regular game. The regular game also received a small update that carries over some changes from the PS4 version.
As always, thanks for playing and keep on being the best cats you can be! :3
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Are you going to PAX Prime or Boston FIG this year? If so, you'll be able to check out Catlateral Damage and maybe pick up some swag!
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